I just got my ncoer today which I had to sign with no input due to the whole unit being gone for training. My big thing is my first line supervisor gave me success in every box but PT (due to me failing with no card as proof). As well as good bullets(almost tempted to be excellents in some) Now with that said both my senior rater and rater both rated me as marginal with 4 blocks. Dont they rate based on the ncoer? How can I have good bullets and a bad rating? Should I appeal? Thanks in advance for any advice.
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I just got my ncoer today which I had to sign with no input due to the whole unit being gone for training. My big thing is my first line supervisor gave me success in every box but PT (due to me failing with no card as proof). As well as good bullets(almost tempted to be excellents in some) Now with that said both my senior rater and rater both rated me as marginal with 4 blocks. Dont they rate based on the ncoer? How can I have good bullets and a bad rating? Should I appeal? Thanks in advance for any advice.




Were you given an initial and quarterly counselings for your NCOER ? Is your first line supervisor your rater ? I'm kind of confused. Either way it sounds fishy and I'm thinking you should appeal
Q. When you go to a NCOES school and get all superior ratings but fail your APFT, what do you get on your DA 1059 (your evaluation)?

A. A marginal rating.

Same is true with your NCOER. Your rating is up to your rater. I'm not saying that I would give a marginal if that is the only thing lacking, but a rater has every right to do that as long as the bullets justify a marginal rating which would be true in this case.

As far as the 4/4 thing, that is your senior raters perogative also. If he feels that your overall performance is unsuccesful, he has every right to rate you as a 4 which is a fair rating. If he feels your promotion potential is fair and not superior, then thats where you get the other 4 from.

In my eyes (with the info that you gave us) you don't really have a leg to stand on for an appeal. You signed the NCOER without verifying part IVc and your counseling dates were correct and it says to do that right beside where you signed it at.

This may not be what you want to hear, but it is at least correct info.

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